Six years ago, most phones used keypads instead of touchscreens; nowadays, society has adopted the latter as the default mode of input in terms of gadgets such as mobile phones, tablets, handled consoles, and laptops. As if it was not enough, technology is about to go a step forward again. No, it is not yet time for the hologram interaction, but what about receiving sensory feedback from your devices’ screens?
The technology for textures involves sending tiny vibrations through the display to replicate the ‘feel’ of hollow bumps, ridges and borders of an object. , the vibrations re-create the effect felt in reality and make people believe as if really touching a textured surface.